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Wednesday, October 23, 2013

October 23 Board Meeting to be Held at Tam High

It's time for our third On the Road Board meeting which will be held on Wednesday, October 23, at Tamalpais High School.  You can read about our earlier On the Road meetings here and here.  Open session starts at 7:00 p.m. in Classroom 2020 (Rm. 300).  In addition to other Board business, the agenda is packed with Tam-specific topics, including:
  • Principal Julie Synyard, teachers David Tarpinian and David Rice, and students, will discuss the development of Tam's CORE program, and how work begun this summer in TUHSD's Instructional Technology Teacher Collaborative is being implemented
  • Teachers Christina Amoroso and Aaron Pribble, along with Principal Julie Synyard,  will discuss the recent Crucial Conversations training and how it will impact daily work with students, staff, and the community 
  • The Physical Education teachers and Principal Julie Synyard  will discuss how work done as a Professional Learning Community has enhanced work with program goals, proficiency scales, and curricular delivery
  • Teacher Brian Zailian and Principal Julie Synyard will provide an update on the Global Studies program
There will be opportunities for public comment on any agenda item.  In addition to the Tam High presentations, the regular business of the Board of Trustees will be conducted.
It is our intention is to make these meetings as interesting and accessible as possible for students, parents, and community members; therefore, the Tam-specific presentations will be the first items on the discussion agenda.
When:   Wednesday, October 23, 2013, at 7:00 p.m.
Where:  Classroom 2020 (Rm. 300)
              Tamalpais High School
              700 Miller Avenue, Mill Valley
I hope to see you at Tam!  This is a great opportunity to learn more about some of the fabulous things happening at Tamalpais High School--and a chance to see local government at work. 

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